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Bottoming sound

Discussion in 'netKar PRO' started by nijeat, May 8, 2011.

  1. nijeat

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    These two video below have the real bottoming sound. Personally, I think in-game bottioming sound so far included in netKar is unrealistic, also some of Simbin games or iracing or etc having is too. Has anyone found or had a good sound sample like the real?

    Thanks.



     
  2. Claudio Gandolfi

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  3. nijeat

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    Thanks. By the way I've been using one brought from gtr-evo, but not good...
    I think even the one 1.2 is a bit different from video.
     
  4. Claudio Gandolfi

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  5. Senad Subasic

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    But the sound in the videos is from the outside, I would assume it's quite different on the inside.
     
  6. Claudio Gandolfi

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    Sure Senad.
    Also the bottom surface of a Gt car is certainly wider than in a formula, but this thing is almost become a challenge by myself...
    The final result it seems credible, ihmo

    Try and tell me :tongue:
     
  7. nijeat

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  8. Terry Rock

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    This is my biggest issue with NKP right now. The bottoming....and sounds in general, are severely lacking. The only sim which comes close to replicating the actual sounds heard in-car, was the beta of RTR. Unfortunately, no one seems to be able to find a way to get this across. That sim had the best curbing and bottoming sound of any sim ever released...and it was very accurate as I remember them to be.